Just six months after the Bermuda Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage, the country has abolished marriage equality.
The Bermuda Parliament passed the Domestic Partnerships Act of 2017 by a margin of 24 to 10 on Friday. It undoes a May 2017 ruling that gave gay couples the freedom to marry, replacing it with civil unions.
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